This book, in Q&A format, addresses a wide range of clinically relevant topics and issues in Nonmalignant hematology, or 'benign hematology', with a view to offering a robust, engaging tool that will assist every hematologist and oncologist (pediatric and adult equally) in making decisions and performing vital activities during day-to-day practice. The entire spectrum of the specialty is covered in an exceptional manuscript with 61 expert chapters; this phenomenal work is stationed under the following well-designed broad categories such as red cell disorders, platelet and coagulation related disorders, immune system and related disorders, nonmalignant hematologic disorders during pregnancy and in the newborn, surgical aspects of hematology, and Transfusion Medicine keeping the convenience and practices of our readers in mind. A key aspect of the book is the opportunity it affords expert physicians to express well-reasoned opinions regarding complex issues in Nonmalignant Hematology. Wherever appropriate, guidance is also provided regarding the availability of potentially high-impact clinical trials. Nonmalignant Hematology: Expert Review provides a practical and immediately applicable compendium of answers to often complex and vexing issues and concerns related to hematologic complications and disorders. It will appeal to residents, fellows, and more experienced practitioners around the globe.